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#80 - the issue with vision is that is a way more complicated then n…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/04/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
User avatar #81 - erpi (12/04/2014) [-]
Her retina got burnt during birth. She has a little left - enough to see light and even sometimes can see the shape of your shadow if you have the sun directly in your back.
The technology that helps people with RP see should be able to help her out too.
#49 - hear* 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
#48 - in her case ( because she could here some noises since she was…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
#49 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
hear*
#45 - by the way, if you would have done some research you would hav…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time -1
User avatar #46 - YoursTruley (12/03/2014) [-]
"she would not hear words just a random collection of sounds that are meaningless, it would take her brain about 1 or 2 years to be able to hear words"

Your words, you were wrong just say you were wrong. You just learned about this, it doesn't mean you know everything about it.

God students like you piss me off.
#48 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
in her case ( because she could here some noises since she was 2 years old and she can read lips ) what i was saying is indeed a bit wrong, but in the case of a person that has always been deaf and has never been able to hear anything, doesn't know how to read lips and never learn how to talk, what i said is not wrong, it's just the way it is, random noises that mean nothing. i dont mind saying i am wrong, but what i said is not complety untrue
#49 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
hear*
#43 - that might possibly be because she learned how to speak, she m… 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
#36 - i'll explain it a bit better, your brain works by making neura…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
User avatar #79 - erpi (12/04/2014) [-]
Which is why I used a very simple example.
My girlfriend is born blind and the issue of using technology to make her see a little has been brought up before.
#80 - zacharym (12/04/2014) [-]
the issue with vision is that is a way more complicated then not being able to hear, the girl in the video has a condition where the hairs in the inner ear are missing, wich is not to complicated to replace with a machine, the problem with vision is that we do not yet have the technologie to replicate an eye or to reconnect parts of the brain that are damaged and cause blindness. I hope they find something soon that wil cure blindness, because for a person that can see, i think the actual idee of not being able to see has to be very scary
User avatar #81 - erpi (12/04/2014) [-]
Her retina got burnt during birth. She has a little left - enough to see light and even sometimes can see the shape of your shadow if you have the sun directly in your back.
The technology that helps people with RP see should be able to help her out too.
#34 - the source is that i am a student in clinical neuropsychologie… 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time 0
#13 - She still would not be able to hear like we do, she would not …  [+] (17 new replies) 12/03/2014 on Hearing for the first time +2
User avatar #42 - cottage (12/03/2014) [-]
Dumb ass
User avatar #39 - YoursTruley (12/03/2014) [-]
except you are wrong, you might want to actually Watch the video, she can speak and understand the woman....
#45 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
by the way, if you would have done some research you would have found that she was fitted with a crapy hearing aid device at the age of 2 letting her hear vibrations and loud noises, she can also read peoples lips... here is a link for the full article i found... www.today.com/id/44756127/ns/today-today_news/t/deaf-woman-hears-own-voice-i-didnt-know-i-had-accent/
User avatar #46 - YoursTruley (12/03/2014) [-]
"she would not hear words just a random collection of sounds that are meaningless, it would take her brain about 1 or 2 years to be able to hear words"

Your words, you were wrong just say you were wrong. You just learned about this, it doesn't mean you know everything about it.

God students like you piss me off.
#48 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
in her case ( because she could here some noises since she was 2 years old and she can read lips ) what i was saying is indeed a bit wrong, but in the case of a person that has always been deaf and has never been able to hear anything, doesn't know how to read lips and never learn how to talk, what i said is not wrong, it's just the way it is, random noises that mean nothing. i dont mind saying i am wrong, but what i said is not complety untrue
#49 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
hear*
#43 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
that might possibly be because she learned how to speak, she might maybe be able to understand speach, but she would not be able to recognize noises like a car, a dog, a bird, because unlike speach these are sounds that she hasn't linked to objects, she understands what she is saying because she knows how to talk, how to read, she has linked speach to human communcation and that is why she can understand what she is saying, she learned a language, it has meaning. The sound of a celphone, a cat, etc... would still mean nothing to her if she can't see what's making the noise. I hope i made it a little bit clearer for you
#24 - plasticcup (12/03/2014) [-]
Well she looks like she has 1 or 2 years to figure it out.

Giving her this miraculous chance would make me cry.

It's like seeing after being so blind. Like it is today.
#14 - anonymous (12/03/2014) [-]
Go on and provide source.
#34 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
the source is that i am a student in clinical neuropsychologie and i actualy learned about this last month... hope that's enough source for you...
#18 - erpi (12/03/2014) [-]
It's the same as a non-engineer being thrown in front of blueprints of an electronic diagram.
Looks like 100% gibberish to them and they only see letters and lines, but don't understand the meaning.
Once that person has enough time/training, he'll be able to understand it. Same applies here.
User avatar #20 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (12/03/2014) [-]
he's right it's the same reason it's harder to learn a language later in life, because you sort of try to compare it to the one you already know and associate meaning with but it languages aren't binary enough to be sort of compatible like that.
#19 - erpi (12/03/2014) [-]
FJ didn't upload properly, here is the one I meant to liink.
#36 - zacharym (12/03/2014) [-]
i'll explain it a bit better, your brain works by making neural pathways in order to take in and retrieve information, when a child is born there aren't any neural pathways that connects A1 ( primary auditory cortex ) to the long term memory, so even if you hear a nose as a child you might react to it because it passes trough the sensory memory ( basic memory that causes reflexes and initial output patterns for stimuli ) but you would not be able to link that noise to any meaning because you never learned what it means, as you grow up you start to learn this, if you have been deaf your entire life the same aplies to you, you hear noises but because you have never learned what they 'mean'' they are 'meaningless'. This is a concept that is extremely difficult to understand, because it is very abstract.
User avatar #79 - erpi (12/04/2014) [-]
Which is why I used a very simple example.
My girlfriend is born blind and the issue of using technology to make her see a little has been brought up before.
#80 - zacharym (12/04/2014) [-]
the issue with vision is that is a way more complicated then not being able to hear, the girl in the video has a condition where the hairs in the inner ear are missing, wich is not to complicated to replace with a machine, the problem with vision is that we do not yet have the technologie to replicate an eye or to reconnect parts of the brain that are damaged and cause blindness. I hope they find something soon that wil cure blindness, because for a person that can see, i think the actual idee of not being able to see has to be very scary
User avatar #81 - erpi (12/04/2014) [-]
Her retina got burnt during birth. She has a little left - enough to see light and even sometimes can see the shape of your shadow if you have the sun directly in your back.
The technology that helps people with RP see should be able to help her out too.
#58 - Well, she is actualy a docter in medicine... so i think she qualifies 10/17/2014 on a fat post not about America -2
#16 - let's not forget console emulators  [+] (4 new replies) 07/15/2014 on PC MasterRace -1
User avatar #18 - baltaismelnais (07/15/2014) [-]
Let's not forget that it will take ages to make actually working emulators of better consoles.
Not even PS3 and Xbone 360 is emulated properly, or as far as I've last searched.
#84 - dyelfagget (07/15/2014) [-]
There are a few but they usually take a retardedly powerful pc to run at all. It will still be a few years before we get to properly play halo 3 on pc.
User avatar #85 - baltaismelnais (07/15/2014) [-]
And by that time we will have more advanced consoles, and just maybe even more cool games
#86 - dyelfagget (07/15/2014) [-]
Meh. I usually wait around a half a year or so before buying a game anyways.
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